Your youngster will draw the angle and decide if it is an obtuse, acute or right angle.
Geometry Worksheets for Practice
Please use any of the geometry worksheets below in your classroom or at home. Just click on the math worksheet title and click on the download link under the worksheet image. Feel free to duplicate as necessary.
It’s time to use that protractor to draw some angles!
This worksheet asks your student to estimate the angle measurement.
Your student will be on the right track with this worksheet on identifying right triangles!
Using hands of a clock, students practice classifying angles. This is a 4th grade geometry worksheet but can be used where appropriate.
This practice activity requires students to add of subtract angle measures for right and straight angles. A 4th Grade + Geometry Activity.
Here’s a great worksheet for identifying acute, obtuse and right triangles.
Your student will determine which lines are perpendicular and which are parallel in this worksheet.
Where’s the right angle in a right triangle?
In this worksheet, your youngster will analyze a series of shapes with lines to determine which has a line of symmetry.
Now it’s time to measure some angles using a protractor.
In this worksheet, your student will identify the angles in a shape as acute, obtuse or right.
When your student draws and connects the ordered pairs, she’ll have a special picture!
Your student will graph ordered pairs in this coordinate plane worksheet.
Your youngster will navigate through the coordinate plane to find the buried treasure.
This worksheet will help your student understand the properties of different shapes.
A rhombus and a rectangle have a lot in common, but they are also very different, as your student will determine in this worksheet.
Your student will practice classifying shapes in this geometry worksheet.
In this worksheet, your student will write the coordinates for points on a plane.
This worksheet helps your student apply her geometry formulas for area to a variety of real world situations.